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The economic significance of tree size in western Sierra Nevada lumberingAuthor(s): M. R. Brundage; M. E. Krueger; Duncan Dunning
Source: Bulletin 549. Berkeley, CA: University of California, College of Agriculture, Agriculture Experiment Station.
Publication Series: Bulletin
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CitationBrundage, M. R.; Krueger, M. E.; Dunning, Duncan. 1933. The economic significance of tree size in western Sierra Nevada lumbering. Bull. 549. Berkeley, CA: University of California, College of Agriculture, Agriculture Experiment Station. 61 p.
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